p 282 - question mark instead of full stop ending "if we're talking about him or her?"
p 283 - the g in ag drops off in front of a consonant "except r, for example in ag ràdh"- my TYG says ag ràdh is "the sole exception". (Or does that only apply in writing and are thus eg a' ruith, a' reic pronounced [? gr?j], [? greçg?]? The book discloses so many things I've never noticed before I'm currently willing to believe almost anything... )
p 288 - [??? k?auN], [??? g??ran] - should the superscript be there at ???
p 294 - prounons -> pronouns
Exercise 109, sentence 1: p 299 "a' dol ann a-nochd", key p 471 "a' dol
Exercise 112: it would be good if the key in addition to the spellings also said which animals make the particular sounds - I know I can find it here, but presumably not everybody does...
p 310 - "it has the advantage of keeping in separate" -> it
"all form of the denifite article" -> forms
"n and m are very soft, voiced sounds (see 2.3)" -> see 2.4
p 324 - "If you left it out and wrote is as tealach" -> wrote it as
p 326 - "They realised that
p 330 - "Slovak [...] its palatal sound ?, ?, l?, ?, š, ?, ž" -> palatal sounds, ?
footnote 71: "squiggle behind ? and ? is a reduced form"-> squiggle behind ?, ? and ?. Actually ? is the only one which has the squiggle (which, by the way, shouldn't be mistaken for the acute accent in Slovak "long l" - ? / ?) even in upper case (as opposed to ? and ?) - frankly speaking I wouldn't know how to put the 'bona fide' caron above l myself...
p 337 - fairrge -> fairge (I only found it with a double r here)
pp 335 vs 337: "the consonants must be in a stressed syllable [...] the extra vowel is usually an exact copy of the first and carries as much stress as the first" vs "the helping vowel does not count as an unstressed vowel". I don't get it - if it carries as much stress as a stressed one, why should it count as unstressed?
p 341- "unless
p 476 - [d?aRs] -> [d?a:Rs]
p 351 - "these must been around" -> must have been
p 352 - "mainly affects verbs that have more than two syllables and end in a so-called liquid" - the following examples either have only two syllables (in present tense) or don't end in a liquid (in the other tenses)
p 362 - "if eu followed by m, it is generally" -> is followed
p 368 - "nì+ [ni:] future of dèan" - the superscript + is explained on p 377 but what does it mean here?
p 372 - "if a short o (not oi) is following by hiatus" -> followed
"this usually either [h]" -> this is usually...
"if the word following a word ending in [h], the [h] often disappears" -> "if the word following a word ending in [h] begins with a consonant" I guess?
p 377 - "they don't all agree on ó vs ó" -> ó vs ò
"a few words with simply have unpredictable pronunciations" -> which
"here are some of some common ones" - technically not a mistake but cf p 21
"those already deal with" -> dealt
p 382 - "[Gaelic is] pretty insistent on initial stress" - muhaha, Czech is pretty insistent, we shift it to prefixes and even to one-syllable prepositions, so you end up with iris ?gun fo-sgrìobhairean or daoine ?air leth-eileanan - okay, okay, bidh mi a' dol ?a leabaidh an ceartuair
p 384 - "here are some